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Advocacy & Outreach

Inequity and injustice motivate us to advocate for change by amplifying the voices and needs of those we serve. Our work places us in a unique position—witness to the day-to-day struggles of people in the poorest parts of the world, yet also able to reach the highest levels of global policy to advocate for change.

What do we want to see change? We want every survivor of gender-based violence to have access to medications to prevent HIV. We want neonatal care to be part of primary care. We want pediatric HIV to not be ignored. We want to see simple and scalable technologies reach those ready to use them.

Join the conversation. Check out our Facebook page, engage with us on social media and visit Dr. Ammann’s blog entitled Ethics in Health

Inequity and injustice motivate us to advocate for change by amplifying the voices and needs of those we serve. Our work places us in a unique position—witness to the day-to-day struggles of people in the poorest parts of the world, yet also able to reach the highest levels of global policy to advocate for change.

What do we want to see change? We want every survivor of gender-based violence to have access to medications to prevent HIV. We want neonatal care to be part of primary care. We want pediatric HIV to not be ignored. We want to see simple and scalable technologies reach those ready to use them.

Join the conversation. Check out our Facebook page, engage with us on social media and visit Dr. Ammann’s blog entitled Ethics in Health

I run the project called CAP, Children's AIDS Program. This program began in 2006 with just a few children, around 7. Now it is a program of 700 kids and all these kids are supported through Global Strategies.
Dr. Vindu, Public Health Specialist at HEAL Africa
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